Continental Divide (1981)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Romance


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A hard-nosed Chicago journalist has an unlikely love affair with an eagle researcher.


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  • John Belushi and Blair Brown in Continental Divide (1981)
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7 June 2013 | erose001
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| One of the most underrated movies of the 80s
I loved this movie when it first came out, and after catching it again recently, I was reminded of why I liked it so much. John Belushi is so good and so funny, it reminds me again of how sad it was to lose this comedy gem. And it's always great to see Blair Brown, one of our best actresses ever. Seeing her in her prime again is delightful. I was also impressed at how well it holds up over time. It's a shame it was critically panned and did poorly at the BO when it came out, b/c in a decade full of strange movies, this is a standout, and now, IMHO, a classic. And the best part? Being reminded that the Bald Eagle population in the early 80s was only 2,000 in North America, and now it's in the six figures. The mountain lion scene is a little far-fetched, but, goodness, that is a gorgeous cat.

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